If you are wondering what to watch this weekend, here's a list of newly dropped movies that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home. The list also consists of movies that will satisfy your cinematic experience.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

The highly anticipated Marvel movie, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" has been released in theaters and already dominating at the box office.

The movie revolves around the events that took place after Spider-Man's real identity is revealed and how Dr. Strange helps him to erase everyone's memory by doing a magic spell. The movie is directed by Jon Watts and it stars Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon.

Nightmare Alley

If you are looking forward to watching a crime thriller, then "Nightmare Alley" is a perfect pick for you. The movie is set in 1940s New York City and it revolves around a man who tries to con a tycoon with help of a psychiatrist.

It is based on author William Lindsay Gresham's novel of the same name published in 1946. The star-studded movie features Bradley Cooper, Rooney Mara, Willem Dafoe, Toni Collette and Cate Blanchett and it is available in theaters.


You can enjoy the comedy animation "Rumble" with your family from the comfort of your home as it is streaming on Paramount+. The movie revolves around huge monsters wrestling each other after being tamed by humans. It is helmed by director Hamish Grieve and professional wrestlers like Roman Reigns and Rebecca Quin lent their voices to the characters.

Swan Song

Love watching fantasy drama? Then check out "Swan Song" streaming on Apple TV+. The movie revolves around a man who is diagnosed with a terminal illness. However, the man is provided with an alternative solution that will replace him with a carbon copy. The movie is directed by Benjamin Cleary and stars Mahershala Ali, Naomie Harris, Glenn Close and Awkwafina.

The Hand of God

"The Hand of God" is a serious drama movie that revolves around a teenage boy who struggles to connect with the reality of life after meeting with an accident. The movie is streaming on Netflix and it stars Filippo Scotti, Luisa Ranieri, Toni Servillo and Teresa Saponangelo. It is directed by Paolo Sorrentino in Italian but viewers can watch it on the streaming giant with English subtitles.

If you missed out on last week's list of movie releases, you can check it out here.

Spider-Man Far From Home
"Spider-Man: Far From Home" is not coming to Disney+. Sony Pictures